RAW PHOSPHORUS: energy & roots
RAW Phosphorus contains 61% pure water Soluble Phosphate. This product also contains a small amount of Ammonium Nitrogen (9%) which plants can utilize during bloom. Phosphorus(P) is particularly beneficial during the early rooting stage but also provides energy during fruit and flower production. RAW Phosphorus(P) is ideal for boosting Phosphorus(P) levels, treating deficiencies and creating optimal recipe solutions. Works in conjunction with all nutrient and feeding programs.
Most base nutrients come in a grow formula and a bloom formula. A good grow formula is proportionally higher in nitrogen, but the best bloom formulas are proportionally higher in phosphorus(P) and potassium. Phosphorus(P) is needed throughout the life of the plant, but it is particularly beneficial during the early rooting stage and during fruit and flower production.
Phosphorus(P) Promotes the Development of Additional Flowering Sites
Another key stage for extra phosphorus(P) application is during the fruiting and flowering stage. During the transition from grow to bloom, a great deal of energy is diverted to flower production. So extra phosphorus(P) helps promote the development of additional flowering sites, especially during the early stages of flower production. During heavy fruit and flower production, the plants continue to need higher levels of phosphorus(P) to help provide energy for the developing fruit, but higher levels of potassium are also important for increased carbohydrate metabolism. Generally speaking, phosphorus(P) and potassium are both important during the fruiting and flowering stage, but increased phosphorus(P) is particularly beneficial during the early generative stage, while increased potassium is particularly beneficial during the final stages of fruit and flower production.
Phosphorus(P) is the Energy Element
It is part of a molecule called ATP (adenosine triphosphate) which serves as the energy currency of the plant.
Energy from photosynthesis and respiration is temporarily stored in the high-energy phosphate bonds, then released to activate chemical reactions in the plant. If a plant develops a phosphorus(P) deficiency, growth is stunted and quality and yield is decreased.
Directions for Use:
Add 1/6 to 1/8 tsp. per gal. in reservoir for irrigation. Apply as needed.
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